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Jazz, Standards, Big Band, and Swing
MIDI Files S - T

Song Title Size Performer Sequencer
Samba De Uma Nota So
"One Note Samba"
20kb
2:17mpt
Jobim-N.Mendonca
Jazz, Latin Jazz, Samba
Paulo R. Casemiro
Samba do Avião 41kb
2:09mpt
Antonio Carlos Jobim
Jazz, Latin jazz, Samba
Julio Cezar Cornelius
Samba do Avião 14kb
2:21mpt
Tom Jobim
Jazz, Latin Jazz, Samba
M. A. Trindade
Santa Barbara Beach 29kb
3:43mpt
Special EFX
Jazz, Crossover Jazz, World Fusion
Devian Zikri
© 1998
Saturday Night
(Is the Loneliest Night of the Week)
12kb
1:57mpt
Karaoke
Music: Jule Styne, Lyrics: Sammy Cahn (1944)
The song is best known in a version by Frank Sinatra (recorded November 14, 1944
Jazz, Standard, Vocal
James Pitt-Payne
w/ Veda Meyer-Castens
Member(s)
Saving All My Love For You 39kb
4:09mpt
Mid/Kar
Whitney Houston (1985)
Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Pop, Soul, R&B
L.R.
1994
Say It Isn't So 26kb
2:58mpt
Irving Berlin; published in 1932.
It has been recorded many times by many artists. One of the most notable versions was recorded
by Julie London in her 1955 LP album, Julie Is Her Name.

Jazz, Vocal, Stage & Screen
John Signorelli
Send In The Clowns 38kb
4:36mpt
Stan Kenton
Jazz, Progressive Jazz, Traditional Pop
Eric Elliott
© 1997
Seven Steps To Heaven 75kb
4:58mpt
Miles Davis
Jazz, Bop
Ben Lewis & Wade Cultbreth
She 38kb
2:58mpt
Elvis Costello
Light Jazz, EZ Listening, Pop, Hollywood
mkc
She Could Be Mine 65kb
4:37mpt
Written by Dave & Don Grusin
Performed by Dave Grusin, & Don Grusin
Jazz
Bennie Gunn
Siempre Hay Esperanza 35kb
4:46mpt
Sade
Smooth Jazz, R&B, Adult Contemporary, Sophisi-Pop
Johannes Karhula
1994
Sign Your Name 34kb
4:39mpt
Terence Trent D'arby
Terence Trent D'Arby (now known as Sananda Maitreya).
Smooth Jazz, R&B, Pop/Rock
Laurence Fenn
Sing, Sing, Sing 39kb
1:53mpt
Benny Goodman/Louis Prima
30s, Jazz, Swing, Big Band
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
Skylark 15kb
4:42mpt
Ray Eberlee, Bobby Darin, Renee Olstead, Bette Midler
Jazz, Standard
Ben Lewis
Smile 11kb
2:36mpt
Charlie Chaplin
Jazz, Standards, Soundtrack, Vocal, EZ Listening
Ron LaBonte
aka: ronct (Member)
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 18kb
4:11mpt
Composed by Jerome Kern & Otto Harbach (1933)
Performers Include: Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughn, Thelonius Monk, The Platters, Stéphane Grappelli
Artie Shaw, Clifford Brown, Abdre Previn, Liberace, Billy Eckstine, Art Tatum, Vic Damone, Nat King Cole
Jerome Kern, Eartha Kitt, Julio Iglesias, Ray Coniff, and many more.

Jazz, R&B, Vocal, Standard, Stage & Screen
Jeanne Coello
Smoky
aka: "Smoky Sax"
80kb
3:24mpt
Original
Jazz, Funk, Instrumentals, Originals, Soft/Rock
Mark Newby-Robson
1996
Smooth 59kb
4:54mpt
Santana
Smooth Jazz, Jazz-Rock, Pop-Rock
Chuck Vavra
1999
Smooth Operator 77kb
4:56mpt
Co-Written by Sade & a band partner, Ray St. John (1980)
This was Sade's first Top Ten hit in the U.S., peaking at number five on the
Billboard Hot 100 chart for two weeks in May 1985.

Jazz, R&B, Smooth Jazz, Adult Contemporary, Easy Listening
Kiralynne & Tracilynne Schilitubi
Smooth Operator 35kb
4:35mpt
Sade
"Smooth Operator" is a song by the English group Sade, released as the
fourth and final single from their debut album Diamond Life (1984).

Smooth Jazz, Soul, R&B
Phil Smith
aka Satman Sounds
Snakes 162kb
6:10mpt
Composed by Marcus Miller
A Jazz-Funk, Fusion Tune from David Sanford's 1992 album: "Up Front" with a little
rearrangement for the MIDI by Rene'

Jazz & Jazz Standards
Rene Amesse
aka Overload
So In Love (Am I) 32kb
3:45mpt
Cole Porter (1948)
"So in Love" is a popular song, written by Cole Porter, from his musical Kiss Me, Kate,
(opening on Broadway in 1948) based on Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew.
It was sung in the show by Patricia Morison, reprised by Alfred Drake
and further popularized by Patti Page in 1949.

Jazz, Broadway, Showmusical, Filmscore
Bob Fowler
So Nice
"Summer Samba"
17kb
2:17mpt
Astrud Gilberto
Jazz, Latin Jazz, Samba
K. Nishimura
Soft As Velvet
(Alto Sax Feature)
34kb
3:34mpt
Composed & Arranged by Sammy Nestico
As played by The Count Basie Orchestra.
Jazz
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
Solar 17kb
1:05mpt
Miles Davis
Jazz, Standard
Josef Huber
Some Regrets 32kb
4:29mpt
Allen P. Minton
Jazz Original
Allen P. Minton
c. 1997
Somebody Else Is Taking My Place 17kb
4:53mpt
W&M: Dick Howard, Bob Ellsworth & Russ Morgan (1942)
Jazz, Soundtrack, Country
James Pitt-Payne
w/ Veda Meyer-Castens
Member(s)
Someone to Watch Over Me 10kb
4:42mpt
Music: George Gershwin, Lyrics: Ira Gershwin
Performers Include: Gertrude Lawrence, Gene Ammons, Chet Baker, Chris Botti, Rosemary Clooney,
Ray Coniff, Blossom Dearie, Ella Fitzgerald, Roberta Flack, George Gershwin, & Lena Horne.

Jazz, Standard, Vocal, Stage & Screen, Great American Songbook
David Roduner
© 1997
Someone to Watch Over Me 19kb
2:34mpt
Gershwin Songbook
Performers Include: Melissa Manchester, Willie Nelson, Renee Olstead Sue Raney,
Linda Ronstadt, Frank Sinatra, Rod Stewart, Sting, Barbra Streisand, Julie Andres, and many more.

Jazz, Standard, Vocal, Stage & Screen, Great American Songbook
Played by Les Gorven
Song For Bilbao 111kb
7:40mpt
Pat Metheny
Jazz
John Monllos
Song For My Father 38kb
4:02mpt
Horace Silver
Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Jazz-Pop, Hard-Bop
Don Carroll
Song Of The Volga Boatmen 32kb
2:48mpt
Glenn Miller's Method for Orchestral Arranging, 1943
Jazz, Big Band, Swing, Jazz Standards
Mark Oehl
Soon 27kb
4:04mpt
George & Ira Gershwin
Jazz, Sweet Bands, Big Bands, Swing, Vocal
Doug McKenzie
© 1997
Spain 57kb
5:53mpt
Chick Corea
Jazz, Progressive Jazz, Mainstream, Bop, Neo-Bop
Jesse Jocson, aka: d'bassman
Member
Speak Low 35kb
4:55mpt
Gerry Mulligan / Chet Baker Quartet
Jazz, Standard, West Coast Jazz, Cool Jazz
Doug McKenzie
© 1998
Speak No Evil 30kb
2:42mpt
Wayne Shorter
Jazz, Post-Bop, Hard Bop, Modal Music
Chris Burnett
(c) 1998 All Rights Reserved
St. Thomas 86kb
5:19mpt
Sonny Rollins
Jazz, Post-Bop, Hard-Bop
George Tassara
Standing Tall 40kb
5:14mpt
Crusaders
Jazz & Jazz Standards
ChartChai MeeSangNin
Stardust 5kb
1:23mpt
Hoagland Howard "Hoagy" Carmichael (1927)
Jazz, Jazz Standards, EZ Listening
Bob Mace
Member
Stardust 25kb
3:59mpt
Frank & The Pied Pipers
Jazz, Standard
Mel Webb
Steppin' Out 32kb
3:39mpt
Composed by Joe Jackson
"Steppin' Out" became a multi-format hit, earning airplay on album-oriented rock (AOR)
radio before spreading to the pop and adult contemporary charts.

Smooth Jazz, Pop/Rock, New Wave
Eric Bateman
Steppin' Out 53kb
4:24mpt
Karaoke
Composed by Joe Jackson
From the album, "Night and Day"
Smooth Jazz, Pop/Rock, New Wave
Sean D. Green
Stompin' 30kb
2:54mpt
Art Doud, Jr.
Jazz, Jazz Original
Art Doud, Jr.
Pittsburgh Jazz Midi Music
Stompin At The Savoy 28kb
3:29mpt
Benny Goodman, Chick Webb & Edgar Sampson
Jazz & Jazz Standards, 1934
Jeanne Coello
Stranger On The Shore 64kb
3:00mpt
Acker Bilk (1961)
The song was also featured in the soundtrack to Mr. Holland's Opus,
as well as in the1988 film, Red Heat, and the 1998 romantic comedy,
There's Something About Mary, and the 2001 movie The Majestic.

Jazz, Traditional Jazz, EZ Listening, Pop/Rock
Bob Barnes
Member
Stranger On The Shore 11kb
1:45mpt
Mid/Kar
Acker Bilk (1961)
Stranger on the Shore" is a piece for clarinet written by Acker Bilk for his
young daughter and originally named Jenny after her.

Jazz, Traditional Jazz, EZ Listening, Pop/Rock
John McReynolds
Street Life 54kb
6:42mpt
Randy Crawford & The Crusaders
Jazz, Standards, Pop
Robert van Enschot
Suddenly 29kb
3:18mpt
Music by Keith Diamond and Billy Ocean
"Suddenly" reached the Top 5 on the UK Singles Chart in mid-1985
Smooth Jazz, R&B, Adult Contemporary
Jack L. Hall
Member
Sugarloaf Express 76kb
5:02mpt
Lee Ritenour
Jazz, Jazz-Bop, Instumental Pop, Crossover Jazz
Ramabob
Superstar 25kb
3:48mpt
Mid/Kar
Carpenters, Luther VanDross
Smooth Jazz, R&B, Pop
ChartChai MeeSangNin
Sway 58kb
3:07mpt
Music: Pablo Beltrán Ruiz, English Lyrics: Norman Gimbel (1953-54)
"Sway" is the English version of "¿Quién será?", a 1953 mambo song by Mexican composer and
bandleader Pablo Beltrán Ruiz. The most famous version is that of Dean Martin recorded in 1954.
The song has since been recorded by many artists.

Jazz, Big Band, Pop, Standard
Jesse Jocson


Member

Sweet Georgia Brown 30kb
2:45mpt
m. Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard w. Kenneth Casey
Jazz & Jazz Standards, 1926
Bob "Notes" Norton
Sweet Love 42kb
4:13mpt
Anita Baker (1986)
Smooth Jazz, R&B, Smooth Soul, Pop
Creston L. Burks
1998
Swing Latino 39kb
3:19mpt
Banda Blanca
Jazz, Latin Jazz
Julio Cezar Cornelius
Swing, Swing, Swing 101kb
3:06mpt
John Williams, Film, "1941"
Jazz, Big Band, Hollywood
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
Swingin' Sheherd Blues 18kb
2:19mpt
Moe Koffman, Les Elgart
50's, Jazz, Standards, Pop
Josef Huber
'S Wonderful 50kb
4:32mpt
Music: George Gershwin, Lyrics: Ira Gershwin (1927)
It was introduced in the Broadway musical Funny Face (1927) by Adele Astaire and Allen Kearns.
Jazz, Standard, Stage & Screen, Vocal
Harry Todd
'S Wonderful 57kb
3:35mpt
Music: George Gershwin, Lyrics: Ira Gershwin (1927)
Vocal versions include those of Anita O'Day, Gene Kelly, Ella Fitzgerald,
Judy Garland, Joe Williams, John Pizzarelli, Sarah Vaughan, Karrin Allyson,
Diana Krall and João Gilberto.

Jazz, Standard, Stage & Screen, Vocal
L. Cullen
Take Five 19kb
3:14mpt
Composed by Paul Desmond (1959)
Performed by The Dave Brubeck Quartet on their 1959 album Time Out.
Jazz, Cool, West Coast, Piano Jazz, Jazz Instrument
Laurence Fenn
Take Five 32kb
3:18mpt
Composed by Paul Desmond (1959)
Famous for its distinctive, catchy saxophone melody and
use of the unusual quintuple (5/4) time, from which its name is derived.

Jazz, Cool, West Coast, Piano Jazz, Jazz Instrument
Josef Huber
Take Five 43kb
2:29mpt
Composed by Paul Desmond (1959)
While "Take Five" was not the first jazz composition to use (5/4) time, it was one of the first.
Jazz, Cool, West Coast, Piano Jazz, Jazz Instrument
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
Take 5 56kb
6:18mpt
Composed by Paul Desmond (1959)
There have been various covers of the piece.
Jazz, Cool, West Coast, Piano Jazz, Jazz Instrument
Devian Zikri
Take The 'A' Train 19kb
2:54mpt
Oscar Peterson
Jazz, Swing, Pop, Standard
Dianne Lewandowski
Tangerine 16kb
2:17mpt
Jimmy Dorsey
40s, Jazz, Big Band
Josef Huber
Tank 87kb
3:22mpt
Seatbelts
Jazz, Be-Bop, Theme
Canny
Teach Me Tonight 23kb
3:04mpt
Karaoke
Music: Gene De Paul, Lyrics: Sammy Cahn (1953)
The biggest hit version of the song was recorded by The DeCastro Sisters, charting in 1954.
Jazz, Standard, Vocal, Traditional Pop
Robert C. Fowler
The Best Of Basie (Medley) 64kb
3:13mpt
Arrangement by John Berry
Jazz & Jazz Standards
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
The Bombardier Song

Also on the "Patriotic" page.
30kb
2:13mpt
Karaoke
Words and Music by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers
Performed by Bing Crosby With The Music Maids (1942).
Jazz, Vocal, Traditional Pop, WWII
Ron Tilden

Member

The Colour Of My Love 30kb
3:11mpt
Celine Dion (1993)
Smooth Jazz, Pop/Rock, Contemporary
Jack L. Hall
Member
The Goodbye Look 58kb
4:19mpt
Written by Donald Fagen
The Nightfly is the first solo album by Steely Dan co-founder Donald Fagen, released in 1982.
Jazz-Rock, Pop/Rock
HIRORIN
The Folks Who Live on The Hill 8kb
3:08mpt
Mel Torme
Jazz & Jazz Standards
Doug McKenzie
The Girl From Ipanema 14kb
1:27mpt
Stan Getz, Astrud Gilberto
Jazz, Standard, Samba, Numerous Genres
Don Carroll
The Girl From Ipanema 14kb
1:31mpt
Antonio Carlos Jobim
Jazz, Latin Jazz, EZ Listening, World
Doron Tal
The Girl From Ipanema 40kb
3:53mpt
Stan Getz, Astrud Gilberto
Jazz, Standard, Samba, Numerous Genres
Harry Todd
The Goodbye Look 58kb
4:19mpt
Donald Fagen
Jazz, Hard Bop
Hirorin
The Look of Love 35kb
3:52mpt
Karaoke
Burt Bacharach & Hal David
The song was originally recorded by Dusty Springfield for the Casino Royale soundtrack.
Jazz, Stage & Screen, EZ Listening, Pop/Rock, Vocal
Jacques Jean
© 2002
The Look of Love 68kb
3:40mpt
Burt Bacharach & Hal David
According to Bacharach, the melody was inspired by watching
Ursula Andress in an early cut of the film.

Jazz, Stage & Screen, EZ Listening, Pop/Rock, Vocal
John Signorelli
The M.T.A 74kb
3:21mpt
Co Written: Jacqueline Steiner & Bess Lomax Hawes (1949)
"M.T.A.", often called "The MTA Song", is a 1949 song by Jacqueline Steiner and Bess Lomax Hawes.
Known informally as "Charlie on the MTA", the song's lyrics tell of a man named Charlie trapped
on Boston's subway system, then known as the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA).
The song was originally recorded as a mayoral campaign song for
Progressive Party candidate Walter A. O'Brien.
A version of the song with the candidate's name changed became a 1959 hit
when recorded and released by the Kingston Trio, an American folk group.

Jazz, Folk, Folk-Pop, Vocal
Ron Tilden



Member

The More I See You 10kb
2:45mpt
Karaoke
Music: Harry Warren, Lyrics: Mack Gordon (1945)
Originally sung by Dick Haymes in the film Diamond Horseshoe.
Jazz, Vocal, Stage & Screen, EZ Listening
James Pitt-Payne
w/ Veda Meyer-Castens
Member(s)
The Peacocks
Piano Trio Ver.
20kb
4:16mpt
Composed by Jimmy Rowles
Performers Include: Bill Evans, Stan Getz, Branford Marsalis, Jimmy Rowles, & others.
Jazz, Vocal
Doug McKenzie
The Poor People Of Paris 33kb
1:57mpt
Music: Marguerite Monnot Lyrics: René Rouzaud, (English Lyrics: Jack Lawrence)
Jazz, EZ Listening, Pop/Rock, Vocal
Robert Dupler
The Prussian One 31kb
2:55mpt
Original, A Spontaneous Improvisation
Jazz Original
Wade Culbreath
aka MalletCat
The Sidewinder 38kb
3:30mpt
Lee Morgan
Jazz, Hard Bop
Ali Lexa
aka Ubik
The Sweetest Taboo 33kb
4:04mpt
Sade
Jazz, Smooth Jazz, R&B
Johannes Karhula
1994
The Windmills of Your Mind
"Les Moulins de Mon Coeur"
14kb
5:59mpt
Music: Michel Legrand, Lyrics: Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman (1968)
From the 1968 film The Thomas Crown Affair.
Jazz, Stage & Screen, Easy Listening, Vocal
Serban Nichifor

Member

There'll Be Life Love And Laughter 12kb
2:00mpt
Karaoke
Music by Kurt Weill - Lyrics by Ira Gershwin (1945)
From "Firebrand Of Florence"
Jazz, Piano Jazz, Jazz Instument, Soundtrack
James Pitt-Payne
w/ Veda Meyer-Castens
Member(s)
They All Laughed 15kb
2:29mpt
Karaoke
Music by George Gershwin - Lyrics by Ira Gershwin

Jazz, Vocal, Soundtrack, Standards, +++

Dr. Pitt-Payne
w/ Doug Grierson
Member
They Can't Take That Away From Me 50kb
2:50mpt
George & Ira Gershwin
Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening, Jazz Standard, The Great American Songbook
Roly Wright
Member
Think Twice 25kb
4:20mpt
Celine Dion
"Think Twice" is a song by Canadian recording artist Céline Dion. It was written by
British songwriters Andy Hill, who had achieved success a decade earlier for his work
with Bucks Fizz, and Peter Sinfield, a former member of rock group King Crimson.
Production on the track was handled by Aldo Nova and Christopher Neil.
The song is rock-influenced and features a guitar solo, one of only a few of Dion's songs to do so,
performed by Nova. It was released as the fourth single from Dion's The Colour of My Love (1993)
album on July 18, 1994 in North America, in October 1994 in the United Kingdom, Australia and Japan,
and February 1995 in the rest of the world.

Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening, Jazz Standard, The Great American Songbook
Tony Hines
This Guy's In Love With You 31kb
3:47mpt
Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass
Written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David and recorded by Herb Alpert.
Although known primarily for his trumpet playing as the leader of the Tijuana Brass,
Alpert sang lead vocals on this solo recording, arranged by Bacharach.

Jazz Pop, EZ LIstening
Don Carroll
This Guy's In Love With You 22kb
2:38mpt
W&M by Burt Bacharach and Hal David
Written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David and recorded by Herb Alpert.
Although known primarily for his trumpet playing as the leader of the Tijuana Brass,
Alpert sang lead vocals on this solo recording, arranged by Bacharach.

Jazz Pop, EZ LIstening
Roly Wright


Member

This Here 17kb
2:22mpt
Cannonball Adderley Quintet (1959)
Jazz, Soul Jazz, Hard Bop
ChartChai MeeSangNin
Revision: April 2001
This Masquerade 75kb
9:56mpt
George Benson, Leon Russell
Jazz, Vocal, R&B, Pop/Rock
Art Doud
aka oZ
This Masquerade 33kb
6:10mpt
Leon Russell
Jazz, Vocal, R&B, Pop/Rock
Devian Zikri
Piano by Rio Moreno
This Side Up 20kb
2:24mpt
Nat King Cole Trio
Jazz, Vocal
Allen P. Minton
1997
Those Old Cotton Fields At Home 34kb
2:12mpt
Written by Blues musician Huddie Ledbetter, (bka: Lead Belly)
This is a Pete Fountain Quartet version.
aka: "In Them Old Cotton Fields Back Home", "Cotton Fields"
Jazz & Jazz Standards
Roly Wright
Member
Tico Tico 31kb
1:36mpt
Various
Jazz, Latin
Basil Hendrick
Tico Tico 73kb
2:15mpt
By, Zequinha Abreu
Jazz, Latin
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
Till There Was You 138kb
3:23mpt
Written by Meredith Willson
for his 1957 musical play The Music Man, and which also appeared in the 1962 movie version.
The song is sung by librarian Marian Paroo (Barbara Cook on Broadway,
Shirley Jones in the film) to Professor Harold Hill (portrayed by Robert Preston)
toward the end of Act Two.

Jazz, Vocal, EZ Listening, Pop, Stage & Screen
Alan Paganelli
Time After Time 33kb
3:08mpt
Sammy Cahn & Julie Stein (1947)
Jazz, Vocal, Traditional, Soundtrack, Big Band
Doug McKenzie
Tin Roof Blues 33kb
4:01mpt
Composed by: George Brunis, Paul Mares, Frank & Walter Melrose, Leon Roppolo & Elmer Schoebel
A Great Old Piano Blues, New Orleans Jazz, Tune From 1922-23
Included On Over 290 Albums Over The Years By Numerous Artists
In Various Styles From Blues to Rock But Remaining A Jazz Standard

Blues, Classic Jazz, Dixieland, Early Jazz, Piano Blues, Standards
Bruce C. Walker
© 1997
Tito Puente Especial 41kb
1:44mpt
Tito Puente
Jazz, Latin Jazz
Christopher L. Burnett
Too Marvelous for Words 66kb
3:40mpt
Music: Richard A. Whiting, Lyrics: Johnny Mercer (1937)
Performers Include: Stan Getz, Nat King Cole, Doris Day, Harry James, Frank Sinatra, Buddy Rich,
J.J. Johnson, Oscar Peterson, Gene Ammons, Ella Fitzgerald, Joe Williams, Erroll Garner, Red Norvo,
Art Tatum, Billie Holiday, Artie Shaw, Lester Young, Bing Crosby, Louis Prima, Dean Martin, and many more.

Jazz, Vocal, Stage & Screen
Bennie Gunn
© 1998
Too Young 22kb
2:27mpt
Karaoke
Music: Sidney Lippman, Lyrics: Sylvia Dee (1951)
In the United States, the best-known version of the song was recorded by Nat King Cole.
Jazz, Vocal, World
George Longmore
Member
Tootsie 43kb
3:25mpt
Robert G. Rutkas, G.C. Dorman, and Joseph J. Toto (1997)
Jazz, Collaboration, Original
Joseph J. Toto
Top Groove 62kb
2:58mpt
Eric Elliott
Jazz, Original
Eric Elliott
© 1998
Toss Up 62kb
4:24mpt
Eric Elliott
Jazz, Original
Eric Elliott
© 1999
Tranquility 68kb
6:47mpt
Jazdout
Jazz, (May Be An Original)
Jazdout
aka Pete Weis ?
Tristeza 35kb
3:04mpt
Haroldo Lobo e Niltinho
Jazz, Latin Jazz
Julio Cezar Cornelius
Tropic Twilight 50kb
3:17mpt
Les Gorven
Jazz, Original, Pop Ballad
Les Gorven
Copyright © 1999
Tutu 32kb
6:11mpt
Miles Davis
Jazz, Fusion, Contemporary Jazz
Devian Zikri
© 1997
Tuxedo Junction 17kb
3:31mpt
Glenn Miller
Jazz & Jazz Standards, Sweet Bands, Big Bands
Jeanne Coello
Two For the Road 64kb
8:01mpt
Henry Mancini
In the style of Dudley Moore Trio (see embedded notes) *Doug plays the Piano in Real-Time
Jazz, Bop, Stage & Screen, Vocal, EZ Listening, World
Doug McKenzie
Two Sleepy People 35kb
4:29mpt
Music: Hoagy Carmichael, Lyrics: Frank Loesser (September 10, 1938)
Jazz, Standards, Vocal, EZ Listening, Stage & Screen
Eric Halstead
2002

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